University of Notre Dame – The Snite Museum of Art

University of Notre Dame – The Snite Museum of Art, cont.

temporary exhibitions on loan from other institutions and private collectors. The Museum schedules a dozen < viibitions annually on subjects as diverse as Old Master drawings, contemporary prints, and pre-Columbian sculptures, lhe OShaugljinessy Galleries host the annual student show and a biennial faculty show. On the lower level are the Museums ethnographic collections, the John T. Higgins Gallery of American Art, and the museum reference library. Entrance to the Courtyard is at the north end ot the atrium and leads to the outdoor sculpture display in the garden. Featured in the courtyard is a George Rickey kinetic sculpture. David Hayes, class of 1953, is the creator of Griffon, the 27-foot steel sculpture at the entrance to the Museum. Richmond Art Museum Traveling Exhibitions. The Richmond Art Museum mounts temporary exhibitions of works by international, national, and regional artists. It also houses a permanent collection of over 2,000 works, including examples by William Merritt Chase, James Lefever Cranstone, and numerous Indiana artists. [gallery ids=",264213,264216,264214,264215,264219,264217,264218,264220,,,264225,264221,264222,264223,264224"] Indiana University South Bend Publications: exhibition catalogues (occasional); newsletter (quarterly). The permanent collection of the Museum consists of 19th- and 20th-century American art. The Museum mounts traveling exhibitions and original shows and also features the work of local and regional artists. Terre Haute Indiana State University Art Gallery Facilities: Gallery (3,700 square feet). Activities: Education Programs (undergraduate and graduate college students); Lecture Series (visiting artists); Temporary Exhibitions (regional and national contemporary artists). Publications: exhibition catalogues (2/year). The Gallery presents temporary exhibitions of works from the permanent collections and by professional artists. The schedule includes semi-annual graduate thesis exhibitions and annual faculty, B.F.A. Senior, and juried student exhibitions. LTniversity holdings include nearly 2,000 paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and artifacts from various periods and cultures. The collection is particularly strong in 20th-century American art highlighted by 200 works from the Works Progress Administrations Federal Art Project and a collection of works from the 1970s (Pop, Op. and Photo-realist art). While not on permanent exhibition at a central site, many works from the collection are displayed in public areas throughout the campus.

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